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  • ebullient (adj.)—extremely lively, enthusiastic
  • eclectic (adj.)—consisting of a diverse variety of elements
  • ecstatic (adj.)—intensely and overpoweringly happy
  • edict (n.)—an order, decree
  • efface (v.)—to wipe out, obliterate, rub away
  • effervescent (adj.)—bubbly, lively
  • efficacious (adj.)—effective
  • effrontery (n.)—impudence, nerve, insolence
  • effulgent (adj.)—radiant, splendorous
  • egregious (adj.)—extremely bad
  • elaborate (adj.)—complex, detailed, intricate
  • elated (adj.)—overjoyed, thrilled
  • elegy (n.)—a speech given in honor of a dead person
  • elicit (v.)—to bring forth, draw out, evoke
  • eloquent (adj.)—expressive, articulate, moving
  • elucidate (v.)—to clarify, explain
  • elude (v.)—to evade, escape
  • emaciated (adj.)—very thin, enfeebled looking
  • embellish a. (v.)—to decorate, adorn; b. (v.)—to add details to, enhance
  • embezzle (v.)—to steal money by falsifying records
  • eminent a. (adj.)—distinguished, prominent, famous
  • emollient (adj.)—soothing
  • emote (v.)—to express emotion
  • empathy (n.)—sensitivity to another’s feelings as if they were one’s own
  • empirical a. (adj.)—based on observation or experience; b. (adj.)—capable of being proved or disproved by experiment
  • emulate (v.)—to imitate
  • enamor (v.)—to fill with love, to fascinate (usually used with “of” or “with”)
  • encore (n.)—a repeat performance at the audiences’ insistence.
  • encumber (v.)—to weigh down, burden
  • encumber (v.)—to weigh down, burden
  • enigmatic (adj.)—mystifying, cryptic
  • enmity (n.)—ill will, hatred, hostility
  • ennui (n.)—boredom, weariness
  • entail (v.)—to include as a necessary step
  • enthrall (v.)—to charm, hold spellbound
  • ephemeral (adj.)—short-lived, fleeting
  • epistolary (adj.)—relating to or contained in letters
  • epitome (n.)—a perfect example, embodiment
  • equanimity (n.)—composure
  • equivocal (adj.)—ambiguous, uncertain, undecided
  • erudite (adj.)—learned
  • eschew (v.)—to shun, avoid
  • esoteric (adj.)—understood by only a select few
  • espouse (v.)—to take up as a cause, support
  • ethereal (adj.)—heavenly, exceptionally delicate or refined
  • etymology (n.)—the history of words, their origin and development
  • euphoric (adj.)—elated, uplifted
  • evanescent (adj.)—fleeting, momentary
  • evince (v.)—to show, reveal
  • exacerbate (v.)—to make more violent, intense
  • exalt (v.)—to glorify, praise
  • exasperate (v.)—to irritate, irk
  • excavate (v.)—to dig out of the ground and remove
  • exculpate (v.)—to free from guilt or blame, exonerate
  • execrable (adj.)—loathsome, detestable
  • exhort (v.)—to urge, prod, spur
  • exigent (adj.)—urgent, critical
  • exonerate (v.)—to free from guilt or blame, exculpate
  • exorbitant (adj.)—excessive
  • expedient (adj.)—advisable, advantageous, serving one’s self-interest
  • expiate (v.)—to make amends for, atone
  • expunge (v.)—to obliterate, eradicate
  • expurgate (v.)—to remove offensive or incorrect parts, usually of a book
  • extant (adj.)—existing, not destroyed or lost
  • extol (v.)—to praise, revere
  • extraneous (adj.)—irrelevant, extra, not necessary
  • extricate (v.)—to disentangle
  • exult (v.)—to rejoice





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